Podcast: Julia Kronlid – Migration, foreign fighters and social cohesion in Sweden

Sweden Democrats MP and Parliamentary Assembly member Julia Kronlid, discusses migration, the threat of foreign fighters and social cohesion in her home country.

Serbia must strengthen measures to prevent corruption among parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors

A “noticeable gap between law and practice” undermines Serbia’s efforts to tackle corruption among among parliamentarians, judges and prosecutors, states a new report from anti-graft experts today.

Russia: Court judgement on life prisoner regime

The European court ruling fowllowed a complaint concerning from a life prisoner about various restrictions on family visits during ten years of his detention in a special regime correctional colony.

Podcast: Professor Tahir Abbas – The making of a Jihadi terrorist

The Istanbul Fatih University lecturer sees a link between marginalised young Muslims, drawn towards extremism and dislocated white working class youths, “left behind” by the juggernaut of the neo-liberal economy, who are attracted to far right movements.

Russia challenges €17,000 court award for murder suspect ill-treated by FSB agents

Russia wants the judgement in the case Dzhabbarov v. Russia (no. 29926/08) referred to the Grand Chamber of the European Court. A panel of judges will review the application at its 6 July meeting.